How to See Past a Bad Interview

Has this ever happened to you? You thought you found a perfect candidate. Then you brought them in for a final interview, and they botched it? This can be hugely disappointing, considering the amount of time and effort spent during the hiring process. However, just because a candidate had one poor performance doesn’t necessarily mean… Read More »

Stop Wishing Your Days Away

Have you reached a point where you can’t wait for every day to be over? Are you tired, run down, and sick of your routine? Instead of wishing each day away, find more joy and balance in it. To do that: Limit screen time. As much as you love your phone, it could be taking… Read More »

Tips for a Quick Refresh When Feeling Burned Out During the Work Day

Are you having a difficult time staying productive and motivated at work? You’re not alone. After a year filled with shutdowns, restrictions, fear, and stress, everyone is feeling some form of pandemic fatigue. The good news is that there are steps you can take to re-energize and refocus yourself so you feel better and back… Read More »

First Day on the Job? 5 Ways to Put Your Best Foot Forward

The job search is stressful. However, the anxiety doesn’t end once you land a position. Those first days and weeks in a new role can also be nerve-wracking. How do you approach them and ensure you’re making a great impression? Here are five ways: 1. Nail the basics. This includes arriving on time, dressing appropriately,… Read More »

What is the Hiring Manger Actually Looking for On Your Resume?

Not long ago, it was a candidate’s market with your choice of employment opportunities. However, in recent times, employers are tightening their belts and more discerning about the people they bring on board. How can you stand out and get noticed in a sea of other candidates and the fierce competition that comes with them?… Read More »

What if My Warehouse Runs Out of PPE?

In the past, PPE was used solely in certain settings, such as health care, construction, and warehouse work. Today, it’s essential for businesses, schools, and organizations of all shapes and sizes to stay open. As a result, there’s often shortages of certain items, ranging from masks and gloves to gowns and more. If you don’t… Read More »

What Soft Skills Are You Looking for in Candidates?

When you’re looking to hire, you must assess technical skills. However, don’t forget about soft skills either. These impact how well a new employee will interact with the existing team and whether they’ll be a fit for the culture overall. Some that are especially important to focus on during the interviewing process include: #1: Communication.… Read More »

How Do You Answer: What Makes You Special?

There are many awkward interview questions that are common during the hiring process. “What makes you special?” is certainly one of them. How can you paint yourself in the best possible light, without coming across as arrogant? Here are a few tips for crafting the best response: Prepare an answer that’s unique to each employer.… Read More »

6 Tips to Help a Burned Out Employee

Employee burnout has been a problem for years. But it’s escalated dramatically over the last few months due to higher stress and pressure at work and in life. As a result, more and more employees are feeling depleted, exhausted, and just plain unmotivated. While this is easy to understand, you still need them to work… Read More »

Mentoring Programs That Will Set Your Team Up For Success

When you want employees to stay with your company for the long haul, you need to provide career advancement. One effective way to do that is through mentoring. With a mentoring program in place, you can create a positive outcome for employees, as well as leaders and your company overall. For instance, a robust mentoring… Read More »